Most day-one streams of an album on Spotify (female)
Who
Taylor Swift
What
90,800,000 total number
Where
Not Applicable ()
When

Tracks from the album Red (Taylor’s Version), by Taylor Swift (USA), were streamed 90.8 million times on Spotify in the 24 hours after its release on 12 November 2021. On that day’s Global Top 200 streaming chart, Swift occupied four of the top 10 positions, with “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)” at No.1 (6.67 million streams), followed by “Red (Taylor’s Version)” at No.4 (4.96 million), “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” at No.7 (4.37 million) and “I Knew You Were Trouble (Taylor’s Version)” at No.9 (4.26 million). All 30 tracks from Red (Taylor’s Version) landed in the Top 75 of Spotify’s streaming chart on 12 November, with even the least popular song, “State of Grace (Acoustic Version) (Taylor’s Version)”, amassing a worldwide total of 1.79 million streams in the first 24 hours of availability.


Red (Taylor’s Version) crushed Swift’s previous record holder folklore, which racked up 80.6 million streams on Spotify on 24 July 2020.

“All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (Taylor’s Version)” – the longest song to reach No.1 on the Hot 100, at 10 min 13 sec – spent six consecutive days at No.1 on Spotify’s Global Top 200 streaming chart (12-17 November 2021), logging a combined 36.46 million streams in the process.

Drake’s 21-track Certified Lover Boy holds Spotify’s overall streaming record for an album in the first 24 hours (or any 24-hour period) with 153.44 million plays on 3 September 2021.